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carpmanjake

i need a detailed how-to...

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so i have a small one person portable shack (the flip kind) its a frabil dlx (or dxl i forgot)

and i want to add lights in it. so can anyone give me a detailed tutorial of a 12volt light set up? i would like it to be as light as possible since i move around alot chacing panfish.

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LED strip lights powered by a vexlar battery. Lots of light and light weight.They come in different lengths these are 48cm.

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LED strip lights powered by a vexlar battery. Lots of light and light weight.They come in different lengths these are 48cm.

PimpinthePorty002-1.jpg

oh you just attach them with zip straps?

where do you get those LEDs? there were just shoelase kind at the HSO store.

and 10' and 12' are way to long for my frabil.

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CMJ

The lights from the Outdoor Pro Store are that long but some of the lenght is a lead only to get to your power supply.

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i was also thinking about getting those but it says that it is 12ft of led lights and 7 ft of lead wire so a total of 19 ft long.

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